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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY .1, 191S HIS OF EXAMS TJie following are the results ot the midsummer examinations at the pub- lie schools. In all gradas the promotions are based uiion both the work of the lerm mid the final' examinations. The names given "below are of those who both tests. Worthy pupils .who were absent through sickness or other unavoidable causes have, been recommended for promotion, but their names do'not appear on these lists A- few pupils in the senior classes who foiled in one or more subiecls will bo given promotion it ilicv are able to do satisfactory work in the new grades wnen school re-op- ens. Names are in order of merit. CENTRAL SCHOOL -ar'Tetu Cockle' Jean Walker. Olive .Morrison, Hamilton. Ayles Forbej. Rita' uulet. Douglas Ponald Hicks, Donald Vanhorn. Jack He-d. John Easton, Robert Donaldson. lr Grade I. to Senior Grade 1.-O1- Ba Jloen. Thelma Rivlngton Arthur Kott Georee Alexander, -Margaret We.' Charlie Furman. Harp- Rose, Hilda na Samlnuist, Tommy Oant, Hamet to Jr. Grade l.-Jane Bradwyn Papworth, Vera Dorothy -McKay, Robert Harold Dions' Anderson, Jack Sctlelfer, MardSaW, Leola Waagh. Ralph Mc- Konlie! Alfred MeKay Laverock 1'iarrs. Margaret Crest, Ena Walt, ilob Crawford, Hhona Wuwer, Dorc- thv Hansch Quoup Qne. fanny Keel, Doris Goodman, Stuart W right, to Grade H- (Miss Mac- tav's Hodgson, J. Burrell, H Donnan, B. Stuobs, D. Harriot 5-' Scott, A. Chaplin, Perdue, J. Hutton, .J. Jackson, D. Buchanan B. Bernard. G. Noble, Loo Chee, liams, H. Smith, lield, J. Clark, V 4j Brndie. r-ajr Forbes I more reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs. Simply use rea- sonable care in making.and start IN IDE CITY CHURCHES with I SEAL I BRAND Miss Marie Gauthier, the clever tittle graduate of the Garbutt Business College who won the Remington Typewriter Company's Accuracy Award, a Brand New Remington Typewriter, at Calgary. Miss Marie Gauthier Wins the Remington Accuracy Award An interesting typewriting contest was held on -Tune 17, in all the offices in Canada and the United Slates, ot tne. Remington Typewriter Company. The contest consisted of writing: absolutely without error for fifteen minutes at a minimum speed of sixty words per minute and the prize for each success- ful candidate-Wr.s a Brand" new Remington Typewriter, value one hundred, and tihirty dollars. The international Typewriting rules were used in the correction of the papers. These contests are held semi-annual I y, in the months of January anil June, and" are open to all typists, experienced and inexperienced, in the three previous contests there were eleven hundred candidates and only four were successful. In the contest held at Calgary on the ITfch there were eleven contestants aifd a wire has just been received from the head office at New York that Miss ilarie Gauthier. one contestants was successful. 'Grade L Jr. to Grade I. Tinnins, P. Bawson. J. Barr. 3. Forbes Mitchell. H. Cropley, M. Link, Fichten J. Ashcroft, M. Hardy, M. rurmon, E. Ott. Grade I. to Grade H. (Miss Bu- Green, Mar- .Tohnson, Dorothy Daniel, Billy .William ASher, Llody Virtue, Florence Bdtliam. Teddy Sadowski, f bis Latirop, Ivan Dodds, Pearl Mc- Kinnev, QUODS Hee, Laura Hart. dlviaim. Grade-1. Beginners to Lucha. Allister Denoon, Nora Whitney, Walter Mac- dpnald. Joe Lang, Teddy Flsk, Wal- ter Carter, Tom Brown, Jhn Crail- Cragg Elsie Ap- nleton Eric- Linsard OISSJT Anderson Hyssop, Cvnl .Paee, famea 'Miss Gauthier's success is all the more remarkable w3ien you consider that it is less than seventeen months since she the study of typfr writing in the Garbutt Business College at Weyburn, Sask. She comnleted I her course at the Garbutt College in Calgary-, and at present is employed in the office of J. H. Graham, barrister. Miss Gauthier .wrote 1033 words ,in the fifteen minutes making a rate of. sixty-nine words a minute. She has written at the rate of more nhan one hundred words a minute but not without error. In no previous test has a Canadian typist 'won this Honor. Miss Stevenson, another contestant, did. remarkably -well, completing the required number of -words, but failed to paragraph correctly. No doubt there will be many more at the-contest held next January. Lean, May Asher. Ce- cil Williams, Alma Moen, Lilian Sharland. Grade II. to-Grade III. (Miss Boles' Scott: Sammy Wymen Connie Hambling, Carl Bjorkblad, Sollv. Moscorich. Abie Heller, Bobbie Blunt, Dorothy Buchan, Allan Mac- Kerr Dorothv' Brown Dick Johnson, kay, Walter Deborah Levine Senpha Levine j Margaret Aitken .Ruth Straker Hei Beckman Charlie JIcKlllop Clarence schil S'o-c- 4splm Madge Schweitzer Stott Sinclair Elvina j Hutton Rllla "Watt Marguerite Reed Kenneth Bonnell Helen Forbes Plajle Helen Hutli Asher Harold Alliss Knapman. Olja Grade IT- III. (Miss Gray's Norah Marrs, Brien Home Charlie Bensen, Virginia .Sloore, Ber- tra Playle. Alun Dale Mildred Reid Shirlev Noble iiattie_Perrv Alfred Suliivan Boh Oillespie Lflian Ash croft, Daisy Flddes Burton Crmib Mary Coupland, Leona Leniieux Beau mta Emma Brians Christina 1 errier Rene an Home Norman Bart, An m Ostlund Bruce Brandon Lawrence Ott -Uvina Page Klttt Goodman David Oh> er Florence O Bnen Harrj Neve Clarence Kathrine iHessey Harold Reid, Alyn Annie Annie Cargill, Alexander, Ar- thur Wilton. Elizabeth Fiddes, Kath- leen Leevitt- -Melba Funnan, Maggie Twaddle, Bernice Cameron, Norma Frances Graham, Jack Blen- ner-Hassett Rosalie Neidig. III. to Grade IV. (Miss Har- dy's Claaa Lockwood, Winnie -Barrltt, Kathleen Cdlpman; Fred. Link, Adair Simpson, May-jHardy, Hugh Sang, Arthur Kerr, Myrtle Proctor, Capper Harrison, Mur- iel Kerr, Hlen Cdlum'an, -Clure Oliver, -Teddy Bil'Iespie, EsrljDodds, Pat Bart- NYAL'S Mayflower TALCUM ROWDEU MAYFLOWER TALCUM POWDER distinctive odor of Mayflower Talcum is en- -tirely new, and of such charm and delicacy as to immediately appeal to WQman of -refinement. ?v fine -4' in it is pre-eminent for use All Nyal preparations are in a class by themselves. Nyal's Face Cream and toilet requisites are almost indispen- sable for the complexion. Ask; at the kyal Quality Store for free copy of our booklet, "Your which includes directions as to proper methods of Massage. TH1- -JIED "CKOSS ORUO-t BOOK CO, LIMITED, FRANK HEDLtY t6, 117 Mh Street South, PEOPLES DRUG STORE. 2W 13th lett. Brace Wadaell, Flora Patterson, Jack Church. Glass Reid, Mary Me- Leod, llariou Ci-awtord, Edith Ball, Edith Bau-dea. George Robinson. Per- cy Bonnell. Albert Quinn, Orville Fair- field, Dorothy Hassett, Ethel Jecksoh, Ifyrtle Rose, Reginald Bernard, Ed- ward Niven, Aies McQueen, Lome Bale Grade III. to Grade IV. (Miss Dunn's 3IcKee, Louis Sa dowski; Roberta jrcKay, Winnie Os- borne, Geotfry Waddington, Janet Twaddle, Ivy-'Adanis, Harriet Kanne- man. Gertrude, Wilton. Lottie Blunt. Emma Green, Madeline Haiworth, Thelma Allison, Margaret Stafford', Daisy Mercer, Tilly Goodman, Lillian Knapman, Cecil.Clarke, Elizabeth Da- vies. Frank: Day, Dorothy Smith, Edith Andy Gordon, Doro- tllv Ott George Marshall Hnrrj Sin clair, Clifford Neidig. Herbert Wolse- ly, .Karl Bill Alexander, Lulu "'Moen. .-Willie- Rose. Jim Adams Eddie Chaplir Normal1 Marjorie Rosaine. Grade W to Grade V (Miss Ale Grant Dougla0 Leslie Waugh. -Beth Fairfleld. Margaret Tomkio1: 1 irgmia Jones Ernest Eleanor Marrs Lilhao Benson -Aorr-an Cook Carl Sandquist, Sam 3tace> Robert Tilb Asher Dulcie lUBpingwell, Alan Hamilton. I Philip Hincks Frank Galbraith 10 let Humphries .Kathleen Ball Doro thea -Uhsoo Grace Daw son Marj Hlginbothara, Jjmrole Christiansen. -Alice' Hick. Muriel Higinbotham Tame Denoon Will Bailee Tames Rita Whitnej Jack Aitken Lee Jang Bmg George Taylor. Grade.IV.. to Gratie V. (M.iss Tren- holme s Hagell Alick (Harold Kenim. Dorrjs .Mor- rison. Bertie Rannard." Eric 'Bartlett, Clarence Morris. Cyril .Kelly, Grace Rosaine, Floyd bncha. Bruce Fowler, Ala'rjone Marriott Tohn Ver Hozeiton, Dorothy Playle, John Quinn, Koland Kprr, Marjorie Sea- man, Catherine Freeman. Carol Strak- er, 'Marion Bun-ell. Mary Archibald. Harold ;McXabb, Nora Wellington. Slifford Shaw, Douglas Steelc-. Wing Ling. Grade V. to Grade Tren- holme's Morrison. Richard-Crabb. Alan Robertson. Elsie Adams, Gertie Wyman. Grade V. to Grade Bow. man, Rhena McQueen, William Quinn, Milton Hicks, Norman .Underwood. Dorc-tiiy -McQueen Grade V. to Grade VIF. (Miss Khar man's Virtue. Glenn Lathrop. Grade V. to Grade John son, Gertie Shaw. Maude Seaman. Violet Sinclair, Alberta Hufner, An- drew Irvine, John Fiddes, Douglas Ellwyn. Jack Smith, Harry Kerr. Vera Dodds, Lydis Hardy. Ian Scott, Win- nie Stonely, Edgar Lowther, Leonard Scott, Rowley Evans, 'Mable McAdoo, Jean Harriot. Borden Hutton. Cecil Holt, Roselyn McKInney, Leo Good- man, Dora Chaplin. Herbert Hardy. Melville Reid. Scott. Karl Pros- ser. Norman Whidiey, Eleanor Bur- rell, Johnnie'Biirroll. Grade VI. to Grade VIII. (Miss Daw- son's Kischel, Ivy Lip- John Deuoon, Mark Hardie, Violet Gant. Grade "XT. to Grade MacDonald. Eleanor Janet Mcllvena, Percy Blunt. Dorothy Alex- ander, Thomas Hardy. Lilian Proctor, Geoffrey Lockwood, Alex Aitken, Har- old Bernard, Eugene' Farrow, Archie i Cameron, Mary Greer, Robert Hardy, i Walsh, Robert McDonald, i Donald Marshall, Cora Cronkite. Bir- die Brown, 'Lena Fienstien, Jacob Fienstien, Ida Cameron. Recommended for ness: Arthur Green, Winnifred Hosel- ton, Ruth Galbraith. Grade VII. to Grade VIII. (Mr. Dunsworth, Doris Smith, 'Alice Maildick, Hilda Church, Andry Graves, Margaret Gib- hbons, William Hansch, Dorothea Sta- cey, Claude Boulton. 'Anna Parries. Alice Donald, Tnea'- McGiiire, Nora MacLeod, Ruth Odinark, Grace Fitz- patrick. Nicholas MacFuee; --ixaiph Johnson, Mary Ostlund.. Inzola Hai-dy, Eva Pearson, Rachel Davies, Alfred Towle, Paul Kitzpatrick, John Crabu. George Younsr, William Gordon, Cecil iHutton, Jack Scott, William Penne- father, Arthur Mcllvena. FLEETWOODj, SCHOOL Junior Grade II.- to Senior Grade Jepson's Ar- Arnold, E. Ahreus.'E. Harris, D. Cor- nick. A. AVakelin, J. Handle, NrBrooks C. McGnire, H. Bunce, L. Maguire, S. Tuckwell, B. Chainey, E. Huff, A. Graves. J. Williamson. Junior Grade Nichols. F. Alexander, C, Peake, A., Maguire, D. Klpp, _S. Jenks, H. Jlahon, A. Marr. L. Forbes, L. Frache, M. Shirley, M. Holt, L; Holt. H. Schumacher, -E. Mc- Vean, W. Beaton, J.- Tudor, C. Me- Vean, M. Ford, K. Pan-y, E. Ramsay, E. Dickie, J. Liugard. Grade IV. to Waterman's Beaton, L. Joyce, 'L.. Hay., F. Robins, U. Elton. C. Petts. E. Ford, O. Stotyn, I. Arcbbdld, I. Bouclis, A. Donaldson; O. Ramsey, P. Grade III. to Grade Scott, N. Smith. E. McGov.'an, E. Huff. F. Kunst, H. Coda, V. Cross. G. Pulley, G. Johuston, J. Forbes. J. Gwatkin, K. Porter, I. Brooks, E. Treliving, J. Hessey, J. Beaton, Gladys Bartlett, G. Stutt, Grace Bartleit, S. Joyce, X. Geughegan, H. Grier, C. Donaldson, M. Watson. J. Watt. Grade V. to Grade Birch's Fenton, Ahrens. Bddie Forb- ,es Flora Geoghegan Beitram Collier i Harold -Bennett; Winnifred Symonds, JDoiotlu Frache Scott Ldila 'Pieseth Chailie Sang I aurence Hill (John Arthur Ahrens Tom my Lillian Bennett, Willie Mary Watkins, James McRae, Genevive P.ulley, Bessie Smith, Rita Annie Me Vean, Pnyliis Hatch Lewis Marshall, Walter Henderson, Frank-Watson, Hugh Coutts. Promot- ed: conditionally: Constance Mathers, Paul, Fetter. Junior V. to Senior Grade Gtmvor Hansen, Dorothy Cudoba Grace Bennett, Muriel Westley. Grade VI. to Grade Hal- penny's Nelson.-AB- astasia Skeith. John O'iliver, Robert Andrew, Lloyd .Dunham, Flalph Nich- ols, Lprua Simpson, Johii van Haar- lem, Constance Ford, Jacob Mused- vich, Dagmar Sandquist, Chas. Mas son, Wm. Watt, Marjory Bournes, El- sie Bullock, Sam Donaldson, Vio'iei iBailey. Owen Ijodge, Ella Archliold, (vnlMe hngtan Elton tuiiun Dpnnis "MacLeod lessie Mar tin, Louie Knnpman, Doris Stitt, Har- vey Kingston, Wm. Martin. Grade VII to Grade s Class Holt H Giier K. Robertson, K. Dosse, T. Huff. S'. Joyce, W. Kunst. The results of the examinations at Westminster and Galbraith will be published later. MEDICAL MEN SHOW WISOOM Toronto Onl lirty eight of negotiations to effect reCl procits peimiCting licentiates of hied icine in Ontario to practise in Great Britain, with similar privileges to British1 question was set- tled yesterday at a. meeting of the Ontario Medical Couricil, when the proposal receded ratification. ANGLICAN ST. CVl'IUAN'S CHURCH, corner Klevcnth street and Eighth uromui South; Bor. Canon W. V. .McMllleil, July t. (Fifth Sun- day after Holy Communion, 8.30 a.m.; .Matins, 11 a.m.; Kvensoiig, 7.30 p.m.; Canon McMfilon will'preach at both services. Sunday school) Jun- ior Boys', Junior Girls' (ages Adult Bible classes at 3 p.m. Bible class lesson: "Absalom's Fail- ure." Sunday school picnic to Brock- et XVednesda'y, July II. Under certain conditions, scholars in Sunday school will receive free transportation. ST. AUGUSTl.V'S Jauou MurrclMVright, Hector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. ST. MAKY'S of 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion even' Sunday morning at S a m, Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the mouth at 11 ,a m., anil on all High Festivals. j Matins on the 2nd and '1th Sunday at .11 a m. Sunday school and adult Iliblc class at 3' ,p. m. Evensong at 7.30. PRESBYTERIAN Hcv. A. II- Denoon, services tomorrow at U a.m., com- munion services. Hoys' department of Sunday school at 10 a.m.; other departments at- 12.15. Adult- Bihle class at'3. Evening service at 7.30 n in Kvcryune cordially welcomed. ST AJsDllBW'S' CHURCH Pas- tor Hev. A. U. Bryan. Morning ser- vice, the regular monthly intcrces- ccssory scrvfcc held. In the evening-Mr. MclCean will preach. Junior Sunday school at 2 senior Suudav school at 2.15. TRINITY CHUKUH, IIARDIB- T. T. Kaichney. Ser- vices for Sunday, July 4th Chil- dren's service at II o'clock. Sunday school at 2.30. Evening service at 7.30 All are cordially invited. .Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 a. m.; evening service at 7.30. A. 51. McLeod, pastor. METHODIST llth street and Fourth avenue, Rev. G. H. Cobble- Idick. pastor. Services on'Sundgy, July -1, 10 a.m. Hible school, 3 p.m.. Onward Bible class. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. the pastor will preach Domin- ion Day ar.cl Fourth ot July servic- es. There will be special music at the evening service. Street -N., J. B. Francis, pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a. m. Morning sermon, second ot a series of sermons on the of Jesus Christ." Children's topic, "Uncle Sam's Birth- day." Evening subject, vs first of three addresses on temperance. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Hcv. Fath- er pastor Rev.. Fr. Slin- wegin, assistant. Children's Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 aim. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev D. Ross, pastur. 11 a.m. "The Un- seen Allies." Noon Bihle school and adult class. 7.30 p.m., "The Re-Birth ot j FIFTH AVENUE er Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. school, 3 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner ol Seventh Aye. and 13th street. a m Sunday school 2pm lacra meeting.' Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. .Green, 1011 Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. CHRIST ADELPHIANS CHRISTY DELPHI ANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 3 p. m., .to the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. ra. to proclaim the glad tidings oi the Kingdom, of .God. Sub- ject, "Does the narrative of the thief and the cross teach the existence of disembodied spirits CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN of street! 'W. G. Vsber., pastor 10 30 Bible school 1130 morning sen tec and breaking ol bread Subject Manna (Pgjpt to Canaan 7.30 evening ser- of the Coming Christ LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN I Sinlh Ave.. and Fifteenth street. Rev. C.-Granb min- ister. Sundhv school at 3 p.m. Luth- er League at 7.30. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST' Hull Block, Seventh strtet Service at eleven a m Wed nesday evening testimony meeting 8 p m Ihe reading room is open to, everyone every da> from three to five I p m Lveryone is cordially invited to attend: BELIEVERS Burgmann's. Hall, 418 Thirteenth Itreet, North" usemble on the Lord's Day for.tht breaking of bread at 11 a m Sunday school at 3 p..m. Gospel preaching at 7 30 p m Bible reading Wednesday 7.45 p. m. PENTECOSTAL PLNTIXOS1 M Avc Nortti Baptibt Church Sunday morning at 11 o clort remembering the I ord's death Sunda) evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday- at p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday .at 8pm suecial willing upon God (or the baptism 01 the Holy Ghost A heartv welcome to all SALVAflON ARMY Services arc held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a in